Pavegen is a new company installing walkways that convert the kinetic energy from every footstep into electrical power! They have done many installations all over the world in areas of […]
Here Comes The Neighborhood is a docuseries about how public art and innovation can revitalize under-served, urban neighborhoods. In this episode, innovator Tony Goldman of Deitch Studios Soho and now, […]
This life-sized video Asics advertisement installed in Columbus circle challenges people to keep up with Ryan Hall for 60 feet. Thanks Chun Chun, for sending us this link!
The recent article Don’t Just Sit There in the Montreal Gazette uses current research studies to support the theory that prolonged sitting is the cause for many chronic diseases as […]
Field Experiment: Can we develop the original Message in a Bottle experiment in a way that will engage people more physically? What can we learn by installing this project in […]
Fabulous use of new materials! 10 ft. tall moly-filled nylon rods undulate like blades of grass at this Salt Lake City installation by Daniel Lyman.
Tunnels are possibly one of my favorite things! We love this installation in Melbourne by For Use/Numen. This is the largest application of their Tape projects.
Concrete is a relatively sustainable building material that’s perfect for installations in public spaces. These works by Mark West are gorgeous and unbelievably inspiring!
Why sit on the train when you can exercise instead?
Very smart crowd sourcing technology that I am very exciting to start using, and you should too!